Clinical Chemistry Laboratory
Clinical Chemistry is a sub-field in Laboratory Medicine which deals with the analysis of body fluids for diagnostic and analytical purposes. Clinical diagnostic tests help to assess a person’s overall health. Clinical Pathology involves testing blood and body fluids, and examination of individual cells and tissues at the microscopic level to diagnose a disease. Diagnostic Bio-markers are used to detect them and identify the manifestation of a disease and also help in diagnosis, drug target identification and response. There are several disease and drug-related bio-markers available. The quality and safety of drugs and laboratory medicines should be monitored for minimal side effects and effective treatment during the course of drug therapy. A flow cytometer is used to detect the presence of cancerous cells in the body by analyzing the bone marrow cells or blood cells and determining the WBC count. Clinical lab techniques prove to be a necessity for understanding the pathological condition of a disease in patients.
- Track 1-1 Clinical Diagnostic Tests
- Track 2-2 Diagnostic Bio markers
- Track 3-3 Drug Monitoring and Analysis
- Track 4-4 Quality and Safety of Lab Medicines
- Track 5-5 Flow Cytometry